Do you ever wonder what the world will look like when everyone has their own personal quantum computer?
Yes. February 18, 2003 was the only split since their previous "high" Dec 23, 1999.
I think as long as it's clear that previous stock prices and/or volume data have been adjusted for splits an "all time high" still is valid even if it's not technically the highest price it ever traded at.
Razer's marketing is full of hyperbole, often bordering on outright lying. Many of their statements are obviously made to be misinterpreted so as to make their products appear to be more interesting than they really are.
They are a dishonest, shameful company.
Never mind that their products are more flash than quality.
They are the Bose of computer/gamer hardware.
Couldn't that be said for every ranking program and channel?
You don't understand how ratings work then. Ratings used to be based on watching diaries that people would write down what and when they watched. Now they usually use a people meters. As such, places like barber shops, bars, restaurants, etc are not included in TV ratings and so underrepresent the actual number of people that might be viewing.
You forgot the biggest, most useless pile of shit ever on TV: ESPN.
And yet 4 of the top 10 shows on cable TV are on ESPN. For being a useless pile of shit, a lot of people still watch it.
You don't. But it's a lot easier to pay off than a $3m fine that was asked for.
If Amazon operated it's c-stores as a separate corporation but still wholly owned by Amazon, would that still count as a nexus for sales tax purposes for Amazon the online retailer?
"The algorithm to do that is extremely nasty. You might want to mug someone with it." -- M. Devine, Computer Science 340